Suki Waterhouse wants kids

Suki Waterhouse "really likes the idea" of having children.

The 21-year-old British model is currently dating Hollywood hunk Bradley Cooper. After the actor recently claimed starting a family was "the next step", Suki has revealed she is also feeling broody.

"I really like the idea of having kids in not too long," she told the January edition of UK Elle magazine. "Not, like, now. And not next year. But in not too long. I talk to Jourdan [Dunn, who has son Riley] about it quite a lot. She made the decision and had her parents and agency supporting her. I think it’s the coolest thing."

Suki was pressed on her romance with Bradley. It has been reported that the pair fell for each other when they met at the ELLE Style Awards in February. However, Suki is reluctant to give too much away about the relationship.

"I don’t talk about my boyfriend because it’s boring. At least, that’s what I decided to tell you when you asked," she said. "That didn’t happen there, but we did meet at the Style Awards, I’ll give you that. Look, maybe it’s best for me to say, ‘I’m not one of those girls who goes on about their boyfriends.' I do think whatever I say will sound weird. But the truth is, if I start talking about him, I probably won’t be able to stop. And I don’t really want to talk about him, you know?"

Suki also spoke about her fashion career. The star has managed to remain grounded thanks to her friendship with fellow catwalk stars Cara Delevingne and Georgia May Jagger.

"That's the really cool thing. We’ve been mates since we were kids so now, when we’re working together, it never feels like I’m on my own," she smiled. "That’s such an advantage compared to the girls from abroad who know nobody. That’s why I always try and befriend new girls.

"Not that they always want me to!"

Suki is a face of Burberry and recently helped to launch the brand's new fragrance. She couldn't contain her excitement when asked how it feels to represent the iconic fashion house.

"I know it’s cool to pretend you don’t care. But I love fashion and I love clothes," the star said. "I live my life in a sea of clothes. And it’s fantastic to be able to use them and play with them."

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